share/mirror screen device

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by elsharkawey, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. elsharkawey

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    Jul 7, 2015
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    hi
    i want to start a project to share/mirror screen device
    my skills is
    arduino / electronics
    i know i cannot use arduino its will be so slow but there are any cheap board i can use in this project or how to make a circit for this project ?
    any sources books our courses can help me ? :)

    this pic what i mean [​IMG]

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    i donnt mean wireless only any way i donnot mind if i doing it wired :)
     
  2. GopherT

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    Step 1) buy a current android phone or current laptop
    Step 2) buy a samsung smart Tv that supports screen sharing
    Step 3) activate features on phone and TV
    Step 4) enjoy viewing.
     
  3. wayneh

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    Or get a $20 Chromecast.
     
  4. elsharkawey

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    i want to share it from mobile to projector screen can it to that ?
     
  5. GopherT

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    He said it would, does asking again make his answer more or less accurate.

    At this point, most people verify answers with a second source - simply by looking for information from the manufacturer or a reviewer. Why don't you use google.com and enter the words,
    chromecast screen mirroring
    Click and read.
     
  6. wayneh

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    The capabilities are expanding every day, so you really need to do your research to be certain it will do exactly what you want.

    I played with one a month or two ago and at that time it was not able to mirror without 3rd party software, which is available but I did not try. It's meant to play videos and photos that you find online with your device (phone or laptop) and then direct to play on the Chromecast. The video then plays directly from your wireless router to the Chromecast, and your device can be removed. Your smart device is really just a remote control to negotiate the connection of the Chromecast to the content you want to view.

    That's normal operation. There are a lot of apps that extend that operation. I was able to send slideshows and movies from my iPhone and Macbook to the Chromecast without that content being on the internet. I was not doing mirroring, however.
     
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